Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Friday 8 July 2022
for the period until midnight WST Monday 11 July 2022.
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A ridge will maintain dry, cooler east to southeast winds in the north.
Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A high pressure system south of the State gradually moves eastwards as a cold
front approaches from the southwest. The front moves over the South West Land
Division during Saturday and eastern parts of the state on Sunday, with a new
ridge developing over southern parts by early next week.
Forecast for the rest of Friday 8 July
Showers about the eastern Eucla coast and southwest of Mandurah to Collie to
Bremer Bay. Chance of morning frost over the South Interior, northern
Goldfields, far eastern Gascoyne and far southeast Pilbara. Chance of morning
fog over southwestern parts of the South West Land Division and the eastern
Forecast for Saturday 9 July
Showers southwest of a line Gingin to Bremer Bay extending to southwest of a
line Denham to Israelite Bay during the day. Gusty thunderstorms with moderate
to heavy falls southwest of Rockingham to Albany. Chance of morning frost over
the South Interior and far northeast Gascoyne.
Forecast for Sunday 10 July
Showers over the South West Land Division extending to southwest of Coral Bay
to Forrest during the day. Thunderstorms possible about the southwest coast.
Windy in the far south.
Forecast for Monday 11 July
Showers about the South West Land Division coasts south of Jurien Bay and Eucla
coast. Chance of morning fog and frost over the South West Land Division,
southern parts of the Gascoyne and western parts of Goldfields.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Friday.
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